At tonight’s South of South Neighborhood Association (SOSNA) zoning committee meeting, developers will present plans for a new five-story building designed by the architecture firm Plumbob. The new building would occupy the triangle that currently houses a parking lot and a beige brick building that was once a theater, according to Hidden City.
The developer is Jason Nusbaum, owner of Rittenhouse and South Square markets. He’s looking for approval for a five-story building with 4,600 square feet for ground-floor retail space and room for 24 one- and two-bedroom rental apartments above. One rumored ground-floor tenant? Starbucks. But Nusbaum tells Hidden City such a guess is “putting the cart before the horse” given that zoning approval hasn’t even been obtained.
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